What’s happening at United this week?
Manchester United Women’s Barclays Women's Super League clash with West Ham United at Old Trafford headlines the coming week at the club.
The first team do not have a match, for the first time since the World Cup, so our women’s side take centre stage at the Theatre of Dreams on Saturday (17:30 GMT kick-off).
As well as this fixture, there is plenty more exclusive content to enjoy, from Ella Toone’s UTD Podcast to interviews with Reds past and present.
Read on to find out what you can look forward to across the next seven days...
There will also be reaction and highlights from United Women’s FA Cup quarter-final triumph over Lewes, with interviews from Marc Skinner and players available for your enjoyment.
Ella Toone’s UTD Podcast will be available to watch and listen to from 17:00 GMT on ManUtd.com and in the United App. Ella discusses England Lionesses’ Euro 2022 win, fame and more. You certainly don’t want to miss it!
Our comprehensive breakdown of the upcoming international break will give you the lowdown on which Reds have been called up to represent their nations, who they will be facing, and when those fixtures will be taking place.
We will also begin to reflect on the hectic fixture list from the World Cup until the match against Fulham, with United playing every single midweek since the conclusion of Qatar 2022 and the resumption of the season.
Our exclusive interview with former superstar striker Robin van Persie will be available for you to watch and read in full, on ManUtd.com and in the United App.
Robin discusses Erik ten Hag, our campaign so far, and more, so make sure to keep your eyes peeled!
Great goals were scored on this day in our history, with 22 March being the date of Juan Mata's brace against Liverpool in 2015, Wayne Rooney's 59-yard strike versus West Ham in 2014, and Ruud van Nistelrooy’s remarkable solo effort against Fulham in 2003.
From a past Red to a present player, Marcel Sabitzer’s exclusive interview will be released one day after van Persie’s.
Marcel recently opened his account for United in the FA Cup quarter-final against Fulham, at the Stretford End, and in his interview we hear all about how he is settling in at the club and his ambitions for this season.
International fixtures begin, with Portugal facing Liechtenstein at home in their first Euro 2024 qualifier, while England travel to Italy to kick-off their campaign (both 19:45 GMT). Follow our international blog on ManUtd.com and in the United App for coverage of these matches and the Reds who feature.
Hear from Amad about how he is finding his time at Sunderland, after we recently interviewed the attacker in the north-east. Our sit-down chat with the Ivory Coast international will be exclusively available across our platforms to watch and read about.
Further international clashes take place, with Uruguay, the Netherlands, Sweden, Tunisia, Ivory Coast and Austria all in action – each of these nations have selected United players in their squads for the upcoming matches. Once more, you can follow our coverage in our international blog.
Happy birthday to former Reds goalkeeper, Raimond van der Gouw! The Dutchman turns 60 on Friday.
United Women face West Ham at Old Trafford in a WSL fixture which is being broadcast live on Sky Sports in the UK. Kick-off is at 17:30 GMT, and you can follow the action in our app and on ManUtd.com.
Following the full-time whistle, our report will be available, as well as further exclusive content from what’s set to be another memorable day at the Theatre of Dreams. Tickets are still available, and you can get yours here!
We wish many happy returns to winger Jadon Sancho, who turns 23 on this day.
Scotland and Brazil are also in international action, against Cyprus and Morocco, respectively, and updates from these matches will also be posted in our dedicated international blog.
Get reaction from United Women’s Old Trafford fixture with further post-match interviews and features.
More international coverage concludes a busy week, with Portugal and England playing their second – and final – matches of the break, against Luxembourg and Ukraine, respectively.